Summer Learning Loss for High School Students

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summer learning loss for highschoolers

Do you have a rising ninth-grader this year? Do you know that this summer is one of the most critical transitions in a young person’s academic career, according to the National Summer Learning Association? If you didn’t know — it’s true. Summer learning loss in high school students (especially rising high school students) is a…

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Paper Crafts for Thanksgiving!

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paper crafts for Thanksgiving

  I LOVED making holiday crafts for Thanksgiving and other holidays with our kids. So much so that I still collect different colored paper, ribbon, stamps, and other craft supplies throughout the year. We’ve often checked out craft books from the library and have found some great ones there.  But I’ve purchased my favorites from…

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Wake up those Brain Cells with Geography Activities

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Are you still enjoying a relaxing summer? Or with August just around the corner, are you already in the throes of preparing for the next school year? Whether you are in relaxation mode or actively working on school prep, it doesn’t hurt to take advantage of learning opportunities to start waking up those sleepy brain…

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